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Aims To Entertain Toddlers During Toilet Training

Recently, I've had the thoughts about "Potty Training" my little one...which poses  A LOT of questions such as:
  • How will I go about this?
  • Will my son learn the process fast?
  • How much work will I have to put into this training?
  • How much extra cleaning will this cause? ETC

Toilet training, or potty training, is the process of training a young child to use the toilet for urination and defecation, though training may start with a smaller toilet bowl-shaped device (often known as a potty). Cultural factors play a large part in what age is deemed appropriate, with the expectation for being potty trained ranging from 12 months for some tribes in Africa to 36 months in the modern United States.
Most children can control their bowel before their bladder, boys typically start and finish later than girls, and it usually takes longer to learn to stay dry throughout the night.
What is the meaning of this Blog Post?
I'm getting right to that. ^.^
While searching online I came across this "potty"
Pretty Cool huh?
Perhaps a tablet will convince your fidgety tot to sit on the potty for longer. A new product for parents of children being potty trained features a mini toilet and an adjustable iPad docking station: the iPotty.= $40.00
Can you imagine for just that price... O.o?!
The makers of the toilet don't want parents to worry about any damage to their tablet — the training potty comes with a clear cover to put over the iPad, as well as a splash guard for boys. The potty can also be disassembled for easy cleaning.

Do you think this would help with potty training?


Infants cry as a form of basic instinctive communication. A crying infant may be trying to express a variety of feelings including
  •  hunger
  •  discomfort
  •  overstimulation
  •  boredom
  •  wanting something
  •  or loneliness.
With such being said.How do you care and feed your infants?For those who havn't any, in such casehow would you care and feed an infant of your own.??